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Warehouse Stationery opens its 64th store in Auckland CBD

4 August 2014

New store offers everything you need to work, study, create and connect

Warehouse Stationery opens its 64th store in Auckland CBD

Warehouse Stationery celebrates the opening of its 64th store on the vibrant and bustling Victoria Street West in Auckland’s CBD, which is the first in its nationwide network with a dedicated fashionery (that’s fashion stationery) area.

The one-stop shop for stationery, printing services, office and technology products is set to become a principle shopping destination for everyone and has created 15 new jobs for locals.

Paul Gianotti, General Manager of Operations, Warehouse Stationery, says: “We are thrilled to be opening the new store and proud to be bringing our wide range, low prices and great service to even more of the CBD area with this, our second CBD store.

“We think that customers will appreciate having another local stationery, office furniture, technology and print centre of this calibre so close by - and with the growing demand in fashionery, we’ll be able to cater to fashion-forward customers wanting to reflect their personalities through accessories and stationery.

“Our professional and friendly team are looking forward to building close relationships with local businesses, students, art and crafters and inner city residents by providing outstanding service and products,” says Mr Gianotti.

The new Victoria Street store boasts an extensive range of office furniture, computers, tablets and smartphones and is packed with art and craft supplies for students and hobbyists.

For the CBD business customers, a state-of-the-art print and copy centre rounds off the offering, giving customers the ability to print everything from pop-up banners to building plans. City workers and students alike will have easy access to printing and binding of assignments and legal documents and the print centre covers all film, digital and passport photographic needs.

To celebrate the new store opening, which is located at Level 2, 17-25 Victoria Street West, the Warehouse Stationery team is inviting locals to join them for a four day grand opening celebration from August 14 to August 17.

To mark the opening, there will be hot deals on tablets, computers, office and study furniture, art and craft supplies, photo prints, printing services, office supplies and - of course - stationery. The store is also giving away $1,000 worth of stationery during the four days of celebrations and all customers will go into the draw to win $1,000 to spend in store.

Warehouse Stationery Victoria Street is open 8am-6pm on weekdays and 9am-5pm on weekends.

About Warehouse Stationery
As one of New Zealand’s well known and trusted retailers, we have changed the face of stationery retailing in New Zealand to meet changing customer needs. Over the years we’ve transformed the local stationery offering to one that provides a wider range from stationery, office furniture and general office products to technology, print and copy services, art and craft at great value. Today, with 64 stores throughout New Zealand or through our website, we provide Kiwis and small businesses with everything they need to work, study, create, connect - under one roof. For more information visitwww.warehousestationery.co.nz

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